By the end of 2010, Aaron Simpson was stuck in a two-fight losing skid, and his UFC career was in jeopardy. Twelve months later, following a UFC 136 victory over Eric Schafer, he's riding a three-fight win streak and even willing to take a late-notice booking before year's end. Welcome to the up-and-down world of a professional MMA fighter. view original article >>

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